“Jesus Died For Us” – Jesus: The Answer To Every Question – Without the cross, without Jesus dying for our sins and your sins, without Jesus’ sacrifice…it wouldn’t matter who He was or what else He did. Without the Lamb of God, we would be without hope of salvation, with just another prophet and teacher, but no Savior. Pastor Jeff goes to Hebrews 9:11-28 to show us how Jesus died for us, and how complete that sacrifice was.
“Jesus The Judge” – Jesus: The Answer To Every Question – How do you imagine Jesus will be like when we finally meet Him face to face? Most often when we think about Jesus, we think of Him being a kind, loving, and forgiving God. However, how often do we remember that He is also The Son of God, and one who has complete authority to be The Judge? How does Jesus have authority over your life NOW, and what kind of authority will Jesus have AFTER your life here on Earth?
“Creator, Redeemer, Sustainer” – Jesus: The Answer To Every Question – Week 2 of our new sermon series “Jesus: The Answer To Every Question” focuses on three vital roles that Jesus performed throughout not only the New Testament, but as well as the Old Testament. “But Jesus wasn’t in the Old Testament”, most people would exclaim, but YES He was!
“Who Is Jesus?” – Jesus: The Answer To Every Question – We’re starting a new sermon series! “Jesus: The Answer To Every Question” will be a long lasting sermon series, as we follow Pastor Jeff throughout the Bible, to learn that EVERYTHING about the Christian faith is centered around Jesus Christ. Without Him, there would be nothing.
“Leaving A Legacy” – Life Lessons From King David – What do you want to leave behind you when you have left this world? What legacy are you giving your children and friends to speak about once you are gone? Follow Pastor Jeff in the last moments of King David, and see how he left a legacy to his son, Solomon.
“A Man After God’s Own Heart” – Life Lessons From King David – God uses the trials of our lives to become a mature, godly person. As you grow up in God, and you have lived your life with God, with victories and mistakes, what does your thoughts of God look like? How are your prayers, hopes, dreams, and outlook towards God differ from when you were a young Christian?